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KoalaBase by DataVis Australia
June 28, 2018
Australia's Shameful Koala Mismanagement Continues Unabated
September 19, 2017
Double Rescue: Dog and Koala
July 2, 2017
How to Turn A Frown Upside Down
April 28, 2017
Koalas Leaving Trees In Search Of Water
April 9, 2017
February 15, 2017
Gene Pool 'Ark' Created To Save Koalas
December 22, 2016
Koala Land Exhibition
August 31, 2016
Behind the Scenes at Dreamworld
August 21, 2016
Koalas Learn to Use Wild Life Crossing Faster Than First Thought
July 28, 2016
The Koala Land Report
January 20, 2013
September 11, 2013
Borobi – koala
Kulun boomooie – the path ahead
I am sure I speak for all Yugambeh people, and indeed all Aboriginal people, when I applaud the ambitions in this document.
The borobi was protected by family totemic law for tens of thousands of years, and simultaneously enjoyed as a food source by others for all this time.
Aboriginal lore meant the species was both nurtured and utilised in a sustainable manner.
Unforunately, today’s community does not adhere to this wisdom.
We hope your work is successful for mono jarjum – tomorrow’s children.
Rory O’Connor, Director
Yugambeh Museum Language & Heritage Research Centre.